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Plant Cell Signaling

Prof. Joseph Heitman
Duke University, USA

and

Prof. Ulrich Kück
General and Molecular Botany

Consultations with RUB Doctoral Researchers, October 27th, 2015 at RUB Premises

14:10-14:30 Jessica Klümper on
A novel channel for the Pex18-dependent peroxisomal matrix
protein import in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

14:30-14:50 Luis Daniel Cruz Zaragoza on
Structural and functional analysis of the putative PTS1-receptor YMR018wp

14:50-15:10 Britta Büker on
Host specificity and the effect of the mating type in Microbotryum

15:10-15:45 Marco Guerreiro on
Has land use an impact on litter decomposition?

16:15-16:35 Janina Kluge on
Arthrospore formation in Acremonium chrysogenum

16:35-16:55 Dominik Terfehr on
Cephalosporin C precursor metabolism of Acremonium
chrysogenum

16:55-17:15 Ramona Märker on
Hyphal fusion in a Sordaria macrospora mutant with an early
block in sexual development

Consultations with RUB Doctoral Researchers, October 4th, 2017 at RUB, general and Molecular Botany

10:30-10:40 Welcome

10:40-11:00 Jessica Klümper (Erdmann) on
Exploring the peroxisomal membrane - interactions of human PEX5

11:00-12:00 Malte Ebinghaus (Begerow) on
The suitability of ddRAD sequencing for population genomic studies in a non-model rust fungus

11:20-11:40 Daria Radchenko (Kück)on
Genetic and functional analysis of the serine/threonine protein kinase KIN3 from Sordaria macrospora

11:40-12:00 Luis Daniel Cruz (Erdmann) on
Alternative protein import pathways into the peroxisomal matrix

12:00-13:20 Lunch (finger food & cake)

13:20-13:40 Marco Guerreiro (Begerow) on
Linking gene expression to chemical shifts in decomposing leaf- litter

13:40-14:00 Ramona Märker (Kück) on
Phosphoproteomic analysis for functional characterization of signal transduction pathways in Sordaria macrospora